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DATE: May 8, 2013 3:50:39 PM PDT
WWU's College of Business and Economics to Host Saul Weisberg May 10

Contact: Kate Kairoff, coordinator, Western Washington University College of Business and Economics’ Center for Excellence in Management Education, at Kate.Kairoff@wwu.edu or (360) 650-4583

BELLINGHAM – Western Washington University’s College of Business and Economics will host Saul Weisberg for its Ethics and Social Responsibility Executive Strategy Speaker Series at 3 p.m. on May 10 in Western’s Communications Facility room 115.

The presentation is free and open to the public.

Weisberg is the executive director and co-founder of the North Cascades Institute, a nationally recognized nonprofit organization with a mission to conserve and restore Northwest environments through education.

Respected nationally for its community partnerships and nonprofit leadership, the Institute reaches more than 10,000 children and adults each year in programs that emphasize hands-on discovery and stewardship.

Weisberg serves as the lead for strategic planning, board development, marketing, community relations, partnerships, fiscal management, and fundraising.

Weisberg has served on the board of directors of the Natural History Network, Environmental Education Association of Washington, Association of Nature Center Administrators, Alliance for Wilderness Education and Stewardship, as well as other organizations.

Weisberg has a master’s of science (Biology) from Western and a bachelor’s of arts (Biology and Literature) from Antioch College.

Prior to co-founding the Institute in 1986, he worked throughout the Northwest as a wilderness ranger and biologist.

Weisberg is also an adjunct faculty member at Western’s Huxley College of the Environment.

For more information about this event and others, please contact Kate Kairoff at (360) 650-4583.

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